3rd June 2019 Content supplied by: Merck Millipore
[Webinar] New Tool to Assess Pyrogenic Risk in Pharmaceutical Processes
Preventing and assessing pyrogenic risk is key for product quality and patient safety. Subcellular components from microorganisms remaining from the production process can be a source of pyrogens as these substances are not eliminated by classical filtration or sterilization steps.
This pyrogenic risk cannot be solely attributed to endotoxins. The Monocyte Activation Test (MAT) is currently the only in vitro method designed for the detection of both endotoxins and non-endotoxin pyrogens (NEPs) that is supported by international regulations.
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Date Published: 3rd June 2019
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